Dimension: 2279±2mm x1134±2mm x 35±1mm
Cable Length: 300mm(Can be customized )
Certificate: TUV/CE/PV CYCLE
Packing Configuration : 620pcs /40'HQ
PV modules refer to the smallest and indivisible photovoltaic cell combination device with packaging and internal connection, which can provide DC output alone, and different specifications of solar cell combination cut by solar cells or by laser cutting machine or steel wire cutting machine. compose together.
The composition of photovoltaic modules and the functions of each part
1. Tempered glass. Its function is to protect the main body of power generation (such as battery), and the selection of light transmission is required. 1. The light transmittance must be high (generally more than 91%); 2. Ultra-white tempering treatment
2.EVA. It is used to bond and fix the tempered glass and the main body of power generation (such as batteries). The quality of the transparent EVA material directly affects the life of the module. The EVA exposed to the air is easy to age and turn yellow, which affects the light transmittance of the module, thereby affecting the In addition to the quality of the EVA itself, the power generation quality of the module is also greatly affected by the lamination process of the module manufacturer.
182 Perc Mono Half-Cell 144CELLS
Monocrystalline half-cells are the go-to choice for high-performance and high-efficiency solar panels at an accessible price point. Schutten Solar has delivered this technology in it's 525~550W Perc Mono Solar Module - 144 half-cut cells with a peak power of 550 Watts and peak efficiency of 21.3%. Each model of the series is expected to operate at a strong capacity for 25 years, with only 0.55% linear degradation occurring annually.
Elegant 182 series is powerful in both powering your system and withstanding most if not all environmental conditions. The heavy-duty modules operate at a temperature of -40 to 85 degrees celsius, and a power-temperature coefficient of -0.350% per degrees celsius, ensuring reliable function at all climates.